I hope Peyton Manning begins to make like the 2002 Faiders when they finally made the Super Bowl.I live in Indy and I'm hearing my neighbors screaming in joy. I'm getting a headache.It's going to be a long 2 weeks.BTW, did anyone notice CBS trying to bring up Eli every now and again? We don't care about him; his Giants lost.
I, like most rational people, truly hope that Peyton Manning never wins a Super Bowl. Unfortunately, I also live in Chicago, and therefore have developed an intense hatred of the Bears and Bears fans. I agree with DAWUSS. The next two weeks are really going to suck.
Dawuss, Seitz, the only chance for you is to join us in Vegas.
I hate to do this...but I have to root for the Colts. I'm on the same boat as seitz, stuck working in Chicagoland listening to all the retarded Bears fans both at work and one morning sports radio. Help me Jeebus.
Who are people not living in Indiana and Illinois rooting for?
I'm rooting for the Colts because I'm tired of the "Manning can't win the big one" stories. And because I'm a Ravens fan and hate the Bearsalways being compared to that Super Bowl team.
Fuck all these apologies for rooting for the Colts. The Bears suck and so does every loudmouthed bastard in Hellinois. If the Colts win, the world will be treated to something it seldom sees but desperately needs to see: the residents of Chicago rendered speechless.I'll have no problem whatsoever with Dungy hoisting the trophy, and anyone who doesn't like it can kiss my ass.
I'm in the same boat as seitz, I hate the Colts, but living in Chicago has also made me hate the Bears. To me, the best outcome would be freezing rain in Chicago that kills all of my idiot neighbors after they try to set off fireworks when the Bears win the Super Bowl. That way Manning doesn't get his Super Bowl and a lot of Chicago idiots die.
Were the refs handing Peyton that game? Started to seem like it in the second half
Were the refs handing Peyton that game? Started to seem like it in the second halfWe wondered the same thing, especially after they didn't call interference when Reche Caldwell got taken down in the end zone. Upon reflection, we decided that the ref called the pass uncatchable. Not because it couldn't conceivably have been caught, but rather because it was intended for Reche Caldwell, making it de facto uncatchable.To me, the best outcome would be freezing rain in Chicago that kills all of my idiot neighbors after they try to set off fireworks when the Bears win the Super Bowl.Yeah, I'm down with that. I'll probably stay home and watch the Puppy Bowl anyway.
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